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God-wisdom
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clairenbrown
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06/11/2012 7:12 AM
Cheryl, What a wonderful resource and thanks for remembering it and sharing it with us. I would love read it. This may provide additional inspiration for developing meditations for us to magnetize and radiate specific virtues and the rainbow colors to bless the planet and specific areas around the globe, our cities and communities, as you suggest. Helen Collier's description is incredibly vivid and it came to life before my eyes.
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06/14/2012 4:16 AM

Concerning the virtues I would say:

♦ Inner peace and harmony is a startpoint for contacting God-Wisdom.
♦ And practicing silence regularly.

To be continued.
Jolijt
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06/15/2012 3:23 AM
♦ Carefulness—
I will try to convey this in English:

Even when you are enthusiastic, it is good to stay attentive and to pay attention to whatever.
And whenever possible — to slow down your reactions, to take TIME.
There is gladness in the heavenworld when people are enthusiastic or become enthusiastic.
But in their enthusiasm people can also quickly jump into conclusions at the very same time. And then inner growth and understanding will often easily come to an end. Within the context of carefulness it is important to let things grow whenever you are in contact with God-Wisdom. To take your time (in communing, hearing, seeiing, feeling, tasting things).



For most people God-Wisdom is that Umbrella of divinity by which all will turn out fine.
Consequently they often forget to do their own work — to work for and within themselves to gain in inner growth, depth and understanding. But we have to cultivate and develop the virtues to realize the God Qualities.
This is why El Morya’s saying: ‘do everything step by step’ is a saying of God-Wisdom.
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06/22/2012 3:49 AM
♦ Contemplation—

Another virtue of God-Wisdom I see is Contemplation—being contemplative.
I do’nt see it so much as a mental process, but I experience it as a flowing process, as an enfolding / embracing process whereby your attention can easily flow into deeper domains or planes of being. And within these planes your inner Wisdom and understanding will grow and expand. But also your love, your altruistic Love and appreciation for life will expand.



So often both God-qualities (God-Wisdom and God-Love) will grow when being contemplative.
Our beloved Holy Spirit will gladly move and sing through us.

But again, unfolding processes take time, and our inner communication with it will take time.
So it is important to TAKE your time when contemplating.
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06/27/2012 7:04 PM




"The ancient Greeks considered wisdom to be an important virtue, personified as the goddesses Metis and Athena. Athena is said to have sprung from the head of Zeus. She was portrayed as strong, fair, merciful, and chaste. To Socrates and Plato, philosophy was literally the love of Wisdom (philo-sophia). This permeates Plato's dialogues, especially The Republic, in which the leaders of his proposed utopia are to be philosopher kings: rulers who understand the Form of the Good and possess the courage to act accordingly. Aristotle, in his Metaphysics, defined wisdom as the understanding of causes, i.e. knowing why things are a certain way, which is deeper than merely knowing that things are a certain way."

"The ancient Romans also valued wisdom. It was personified in Minerva, or Pallas. She also represents skillful knowledge and the virtues, especially chastity. Her symbol was the owl which is still a popular representation of wisdom, because it can see in darkness. She was said to be born from Jupiter's brain."

"Wisdom is also important within Christianity. Jesus emphasized it. Paul the Apostle, in his first epistle to the Corinthians, argued that there is both secular and divine wisdom, urging Christians to pursue the latter. Prudence, which is intimately related to wisdom, became one of the four cardinal virtues of Catholicism. The Christian philosopher Thomas Aquinas considered wisdom to be the "father" (i.e. the cause, measure, and form) of all virtues."

"In the Inuit tradition, developing wisdom was the aim of teaching. An Inuit Elder said that a person became wise when they could see what needed to be done and do it successfully without being told what to do."

"The Native American's philosophy about being a part of the natural environment contrasted to the European's culture of conquering nature's gifts. The Native American's wisdom about maintaining balance ecologically and socially was a common-sense approach to protecting and conserving natural resources."

Cultures from around the world and from the ancient of times revered and sought wisdom. The yellow plume within the secret chamber of the heart in balance with love and power emanate all of the virtues, so critical to our oneness with God.
Just as the primary colors of yellow, red and blue emanate all the colors we see in our beautiful world.

Oh Sweet Wisdom
The desire of my Heart
Whisper your secrets
That I may impart
Your teachings of old and of new
So this world will be bathed in golden hue!


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